The new guidelines that will govern how human embryos and cell lines will be treated by the government, researchers, and experimenters has been issued by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The guidelines purportedly reflect the general policy of Congress and the feelings of the American public, over the last few years.
Sarah Palin’s July 3 resignation from the Alaska governorship created a wave of publicity and hand-wringing among liberals in the major media who counseled that Palin was politically finished with the resignation. Of course, these are the same liberals who said she was finished anyway after the November presidential election.
Doubtless I am not the only person who awoke on July 4 — Independence Day — wondering what we are independent from and if, from lack of vigilance, we have found ourselves in a situation parallel to what our Founding Fathers struggled against back in the 1770s.
On Thursday, July 2, State Representative Sally Kern (R-Oklahoma City) and over one hundred political, religious and business leaders gathered at the Oklahoma state capitol to present the “Oklahoma Citizen’s Proclamation for Morality Petition” to the citizens of Oklahoma.
President Barack Obama entered office with a promise of increased transparency, especially regarding the media. However, veteran reporter Helen Thomas told CNSNews.com last Wednesday that Obama is attempting to control the press and that he's going beyond what even Richard Nixon tried to do.
It’s not funny, but former Saturday Night Live comedian Al Franken is officially the new senator from Minnesota. Franken was recently declared the winner in the long-contested Senate race by a mere 312 votes over incumbent liberal Republican Norman Coleman. Franken will become the 60th Democrat in the United States Senate, which will give congressional Democrats a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.
Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor has been overturned again. President Barrack Obama’s choice to fill the Supreme Court vacancy being created by the retirement of Associate Justice David Souter had another of her rulings overturned today when five of the high court justices upheld an appeal by 20 firefighters from New Haven, Connecticut, who had passed their test for promotion only to have all promotions cancelled because none of the African-American candidates passed the test. Sotomayor was part of a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York that unanimously dismissed the appeal. The full circuit court later declined to hear the case.